Office of the VP for Communications – Keeping alumni and friends connected to U-M
Engineering students install a giant Rubik’s Cube on campus — believed to be the world’s largest hand-solvable, stationary version of the famous puzzle.
The Smithsonian Institution’s archives are now home to two very different culinary collections by Rick Bayless, MA ’75, and Michael Stern, BA ’68.
For jazz percussionists, Cuba is the holy grail of influence. During a recent Spring Break, music students traveled south to find it.
UMMA hosts ‘Michigan’s Alumni Collectors,’ which comprises 115 exceptional works of art spanning 3,500 years of art-making from around the world.
World-renowned visual artist Ruth Weisberg, BFA ‘63/MA ’65, visits the Stamps Print Media Studio: “Be true to your own aesthetic.”
‘Let’s Have Some Church Detroit Style,’ from filmmaker and Michigan Daily alum Andy Sacks, AD ’69, celebrates Motown with the city’s Hallelujah Singers.
Award-winning and barrier-breaking journalist Carmen Harlan, BA ’75, retires after an unprecedented 38 years at WDIV-Channel 4 in Detroit.
U-M brings Prison Creative Arts Project to Brazil, exploring the power of performance in prisons, hospitals, and underprivileged areas.
In the 1920s, brothers Nicholas and Leonard Falcone played opposite sides of the field as rival directors of the Michigan and Michigan State marching bands.